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2012 Election.0: Campaigning Online is KEY

October 26, 2011 by

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The 2012 election day is coming up. But in the meantime candidates have to (and are) campaigning! But campaigning online is the key to success. Read more....

Obama Jobs Speech: Won’t Be Passed (VIDEO)

September 9, 2011 by

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First and foremost Obama’s jobs speech last night would have been awesome if it was still 2009! We’ve heard the same stuff over and over from Mr. Obama and he keeps doing the same thing, not following through. He promises so much and EITHER doesn’t do that at all or he does the exact opposite […]

FAA Will Not Shutdown…. Dems Not Happy With Obama’s Cuts

August 5, 2011 by

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President Obama has signed the bill to end the nearly two-week partial shutdown of the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), the White House announced Friday afternoon. With Obama’s signature, furloughs for 4,000 FAA workers come to end and the beleaguered agency will be funded through Sept. 16. Negotiations on the bill had been bogged down by […]

Debt Ceiling Bill Votes YES In House… Senates Turn!

August 1, 2011 by

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One voting session down one to go! Monday night House voted yes on the debt ceiling bill and tomorrow, Tuesday, Senate will vote on this bill. If this bill goes through Senate with a “yes vote” then it will prevent a Govt. default tomorrow. If Senate says no (which is unlikely) then our Govt. will […]

Reid’s Gimmicks Unmasked: Record $3T Debt Increase Tied To Just $1T In Cuts

July 27, 2011 by

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JULY 26, WASHINGTON–After the Budget Committee’s Republican analysts conducted a careful review of Majority Leader Reid’s debt limit proposal, Sen. Sessions shared his findings on the Senate floor. The truth: Reid’s proposal cuts only $1 trillion in spending for a nearly $3 trillion increase in the debt limit, and is based on an outdated spending […]